Covered bridges are down in various parts of New England
Everybody has seen the footage of the Bartonsville covered bridge: Bartonsville Covered Bridge and according to Vermont officials out of the 102 covered bridges only two were totally lost. I’m still trying to tell if the second one was the Cox Brook bridge.. I’m having trouble getting verification.
If you are traveling in NH or VT then these two website will be invaluable.
I got a call from USA Today travel and we chatted on the impact from Irene and I’ll stand by my current prediction that while the hurricane didn’t exactly help, in the terms of leaves it didn’t do that much damage… BUT!!! if we get too much more rain or another hurricane then all bets are off and my predictions aren’t worth a plug nickel… 🙁
Excerpt from USA Today
Meanwhile, Jeff “Foliage” Folger (that’s his affectionate nickname) still is assessing leaf conditions all over New England post-hurricane. He’s the photographer and former Yankee magazine fall foliage blogger who now keeps leaf lovers updated via jeff-foliage.com. “In much of Vermont the rain was needed (just not all at once)… Read the rest here: http://travel.usatoday.com/destinations/dispatches/post/2011/08/vermont-assessing-tourist-attraction-damage-leaves-still-good-to-go/417125/1
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I started with Yankee Magazine as their first blogger on everything fall foliage. Now I blog on my own blog on my favorite subject, telling leaf peepers where the fall foliage is showing up in New England and helping them (to some extent) plan their fall foliage vacations.